Welcome to the Automated Vehicles channel. This section explores the advent and timely development of automated and autonomous vehicle technology and related infrastructure developments.
Human operators will still exert significant control and will be able to change their vehicle’s AV level dynamically in foreseeable future
In some situations, the self-driving cars would crash in response to an obstacle if the driver did not take over.
Some displacement of passenger car-based driving jobs could occur, mainly among taxicab drivers, according to researchers
The company launched its self-driving trucks program after acquiring autonomous trucking startup Otto in August 2016
The service will rely on weather forecast data and information uploaded by self-driving vehicles
The fleet has doubled its mileage in just eight months
Much of the research will be done in partnership with government agencies and private-sector companies
The timeline is to have the shuttles tested without passengers toward the end of 2018
The city's updated planning document tasks its partners to develop and deploy autonomous mobility options
The communities are getting funding from Georgia Tech researchers for connected and autonomous vehicle technology projects
The three-year project will complement automated and connected vehicle tests along the 33 Smart Mobility Corridor
Yesterday boasted a full schedule of sessions, tech demonstrations, and chatter on the expo floor.
The HNTB survey indicates that most Americans do not believe AVs to be safer than vehicles operated by people
The decision comes a few months after one of the company's self-driving cars was involved in a fatal crash in Tempe
The executive order provides guidelines for researchers to follow in the testing process for autonomous vehicles
A California-based tech company is partnering with local authorities in the region to bring the self-driving vehicle service to area residents
The automated vehicle service would fill a transportation gap between downtown Providence and Olneyville in Rhode Island
Defense Department officials are pushing to roll out self-driving vehicles for the Army before they come to U.S. roadways
The task force will be spearheaded by the Colorado DOT and Toyota Motors
The move comes less than a month after two fatal crash incidents involved cars with autonomous features from Uber and Tesla